October 11-13 in Tokyo

Japan: Are you ready for the IFEX 2017?

Just less than a week to go till the IFEX 2017. At this three-day event, held from October 11-13, 820 exhibitors including breeders, growers and suppliers of horticultural products will showcase their varieties, products and services. In case you are visiting the show, the organization made a three-step checklist to prepare for your visit.

Click here for the photo report of 2015.

  1. Have you received an exhibition ticket? One ticket is valid for one person. If you have not received your own ticket, you can still register.
  2. Have you checked which exhibitors to meet? Click here for the Guide. In this guide 1,800 exhibitors are listed (including concurrent shows).
  3. Have you checked the way to the Makuhari Messe?
If you are present at the show and you have some interesting news to share, feel free to send it to info@floraldaily.com

IFEX is co-held with 3 other specialised exhibitions (GARDEX, AGRI WORLD and TOOL JAPAN) at the Makuhari Messe in Tokyo. For the GARDEX and IFEX, the Show Management will have 820 exhibitors from 18 countries in total. Among the exhibitors, 160 companies will be there for the first time to exhibit. 58,000 visitors from all over the world are expected to attend these shows, making the two Japan’s largest flower and garden industry trade shows.

For more information
IFEX Show Management
18F Shinjuku-Nomura Bldg., 1-26-2 Nishishinjuku, Shinjuku-ku
Tokyo 163-0570, Japan
T: +81-3-3349-8519
Email: ifex-eng@reedexpo.co.jp

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